SEP 2022 – The museum is in operation The Jewish Museum in the Kaliningrad Synagogue started its operation on September 18, 2022. The first visitors
What happened at the site of the synagogue? The exhibits in the museum tell about it.
English with Hebrew subtitles Short clip about the coming museum in the Synagogue of Kaliningrad, the former Königsberg. Link to our Museum web page
Ostpreußische Erbschaft – a new article in the German newspaper Jüdische Allgemeine about the present museum project in Kaliningrad.
Prof. Ruth Leiserowitz will talk Nov 7th in Olsztyn (Poland) about the history and the revival of Jewish life in Kaliningrad in her lecture entitled “Synagogue in Kaliningrad – a history written anew”.
Space – feelings – decades – stories – fates – Interim status August 2021 Talks were held in Kaliningrad, technical details of the museum, located
We are pleased to announce that thanks to the cooperation of Ralph Salinger in Israel (JewishVilkaviskis.org) and Michael Leiserowitz from the Association of Jews in East Prussia, another source has been added to the database “Jews in Königsberg”. It will one day become the basis for an information centre on Jews in Königsberg.
In January 2020 we were able to take a look at the shell of the mikveh, which is located in the basement of the recently inaugurated synagogue in Kaliningrad. Now the city of Kaliningrad has got a centre for a Jewish identity as a community again. Let’s hope to be able to further complete the dream that has recently come true.
We invite you to discover the Jewish Königsberg in Kaliningrad. The first brochure describes the residential area where most of the Jews in the city
The Mikveh is still waiting to be furnished in the basement of the synagogue. For the religious life of the congregation, the possibility of visiting a Mikveh is a basic need. Many Jewish women are eagerly awaiting the opportunity to fully practice their religious lives